Grazing Oklahoma: Yellow Sweet Clover

June 29, 2017 0
By: Josh Gaskamp Characteristics: Yellow sweet clover is an annual, cool-season forb introduced into the United States from Europe and Asia. Yellow sweet clover can reach to more than six feet in height. It commonly […]

Freedom its Own Way

June 29, 2017 0
By Rhonda Shephard Freedom, Okla., in Woods County is a special kind of town that does things its own way. Located five miles west of Alva, the self-proclaimed “Queen of the Cimarron,” this charming little […]

The Border Bash

June 25, 2017 0
By Ddee Haynes April 28-29, 2017 marked the Annual Border Bash held at the Legendary “Lazy E” Arena located in Guthrie, Okla. The Lazy E arena is centrally located just south of Guthrie, Okla., and […]

July 2017 Profile: J.W. Hart

June 25, 2017 0
Riding Bulls to Raising Kids By Laci Jones With a career as a professional bull rider that spanned more than 15 years, J.W. Hart was the 1994 Professional Bull Riders Rookie of the Year, 2002 […]

Grazing Oklahoma: Sand Dropseed

June 23, 2017 0
By Rob Cook Characteristics: Sand dropseed is a native, warm-season, perennial bunch grass. At maturity, it reaches about 18 to 42 inches tall. The leaves are 1/8- to 1/4- inch wide, flat and taper towards […]

Diarrhea in the Adult Horse

June 23, 2017 0
By Lauren Lamb The equine digestive tract is a complex and fragile system that is easily disrupted. Colic is the most common outcome of a digestive tract upset in a horse; however, diarrhea is a […]

Lacey’s Pantry – Mulberry Jam

June 19, 2017 0
By Lacey Newlin Wild mulberries grow in many parts of Oklahoma. Although they are sometimes a bit of a menace because when they ripen and fall from their trees they often leave purple stains everywhere, […]

Eischen’s Bar

June 19, 2017 0
By Laci Jones When you think about the best fried chicken in Oklahoma, Eischen’s Bar is likely on the top of that list. The oldest bar in Oklahoma, Peter Eischen opened Eischen’s Saloon in 1896. […]
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